Melia Aldeia dos Capuchos Golf and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... all spread out along the coast. We swam out to these pontoons and went on the diving boards and the slides that were attached to them. Dinners in San Sebastián were basically lots and lots of pintos ( small pieces of bread with lots of different toppings on them. On the third day we went to another beach that sits further down the coast line, this beach was a surfing beach. We hired a board ...
... it was perfect for us. After dinner I knew I had to wait in line again and see
the view at the top of the elevator we didn’t go in the day before. The
curiosity was killing me and although the other two girls didn’t want to go in,
I waited in line and saw the top. I was so happy I did because it was so incredible.
I saw a view of the entire city in sun set only 5 mins before the top closed…
im so happy I didn’t miss it. Then we did some ...
... well. The shopping street consisted of a lot of performers, good to bad. The first day a man was playing hallelujah on the violin it was beautiful. Some of the performers just stood on one foot with their face half painted, but hey whatever floats your boat! There was also men who would go "psssst, marijuana"? And show us the weed trying to hide it in their hands. You really see it all! Our train left at noon today but as I had mentioned earlier my flip ...
... since then and no more stops. I need to go so badly. The driver speaks Portuguese so I can't ask him when we'll stop next...
- I had the wonderful feeling of being an experienced traveler. I have no idea how Angela would have made it ...
... the road where Jane manage to persuade a still sickly but improving Brendan that paying 12.50 euro per person to access the pool area at the hotel was worthy. Yes, we had to PAY to use the pool. But considering it was the only activity of the day it seemed well worth it. It seemed to be common practice across Europe to have to pay for pool access, but when we went through we understood why. What was included was saunas, hammams (the heated marble rooms), zen rooms, ...